Common UI patterns such as accordions, checkboxes, comboboxes, dialogs,
dropdowns, selects, sliders, and tooltips are widely understood in the
development community, but their web platform implementations often fall short.
As a result, developers are often left to build custom components, which can be
a difficult and time-consuming task.
The goal of Ark UI is to provide a well-funded, open-source component library
that can be used to build accessible design systems, solving these
- Accessible: Components in Ark UI are designed with accessibility in mind,
adhering to WAI-ARIA design patterns and handling implementation details such
as aria and role attributes, focus management, and keyboard navigation.
- Unstyled: Components are shipped without styles, giving developers full
control over styling.
- Customizable: The open component architecture allows for customization and
customization, providing granular access to each component part.
- Uncontrolled or Controlled: Components can be uncontrolled by default or
- Developer Experience: The library provides a fully-typed API with a
consistent and predictable experience.
Ark UI is a comprehensive UI component library designed to simplify the process
of building accessible, high-quality web applications.